Agora Deposit: Q 17:4
Title:   Well
Category:   Well
Description:   Outside the market square, near the southeast corner, on the south edge of the east-west road, where it passes to the south of the Mint.
There is no doubt that the pottery from the well is "stratified" in the sense that a very definite sequence could be observed from the late 6th c. pottery near the top down to pottery of the 1st c. A.D. in the lowest containers (some Byzantine pottery ... probably represents a brief reuse of the well after a long period of disuse). [HSR Aug. 1955]
Contents:   173 containers of pottery.
Notes:   No coins.
Bibliography:   Hayes (1972), p. 337.
    Hesperia 25 (1956), pp. 53-57.
    Agora V, p. 127.
    Agora VI, p. 100.
    Agora VII, p. 228.
    Agora XXI, p. 100.
    Agora XXXII, p. 303.
    Agora XXXIII, p. 374.
    Agora XXXIV, p. 185.
Chronology:   Early 1st to 6th c.
Date:   29 June-27 July 1955
Section:   Τ
Grid:   Τ:116/ΝΘ
Elevation:   -22m.
Masl:   -22m.
References:   Publications (8)
Publication Pages (25)
Objects (53)
Notebook: Ω-10
Notebook: Ω-17
Notebook Page: Ω-10-67 (pp. 1925-1926)
Notebook Page: Ω-17-18 (pp. 3226-3227)